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Compliance Strategy for Pharma - Pharma Compliance CEE

Compliance strategy for pharma in CEE

 
Pharma Compliance CEE

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Overview

Pharma Compliance CEE will host the major pharmaceutical, and regulatory agencies across Central and Eastern Europe discussing the challenges and best practices to manage risk and enhance their compliance programme.

Managing risk and enhancing the corporate compliance programme is vitally important to Pharma and imperative to ensuring the success of the business. At Pharma Compliance CEE you will find yourself amongst industry decision makers, thought leaders and country representatives from the region in an unique discussion forum.

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Top reasons to attend

  • Meet with experts who will provide a comprehensive update of the compliance challenges faced in Russia, Turkey and MEA
  • Benchmark your compliance programme against those of Allergan, Boehringer Ingelheim, AbbVie, Eli Lilly, Novartis, NovoNordisk, STADA Group and many more…
  • Gain in-depth insight and advice on the challenges specific to interacting with HCPs in areas where corruption risk is heightened
  • Drive the conversation with other compliance and ethics representatives working in CEE about what the future industry needs to accomplish
  • Learn how to deliver effective training on compliance and ethics

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Keynote speakers

  • Richard Bergstrom, Director General, EFPIA
  • Stephanie Hill, Regional Head of Compliance and Ethics, EAME, Allergan
  • Dr Dumitru Uta, Ethics and Compliance Director, Lily South Eastern Europe
  • Mario Perica, Head Compliance ROL Region, LLM Novartis Hrvatska d.o.o .
  • Tamara Music, Manager, IFPMA

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